conversations about addiction, recovery, and faith
There’s a lot to read on the world wide web and so little time to read it. So thanks!
If anyone anywhere very desperately needed to take her own advice, it would be me.
“In dishwashing, I approach the moral realm; there are days when it seems a miracle to be able to make dirty things clean.” — Kathleen Norris
All the work I am called to do lends itself to the art of writing if I listen and let it.
I really want to squeeze in a little chat about books. And I’m hoping you’ll join me!
I wrote so many thoughts over the weekend and not one of them is ready for print. Not even on the internet. I did, however, have a breakthrough last night when I realized the post I had written was the very thing I needed for …
So here I sit, in the hotel bathroom. In silence at last. Hearing my thoughts. Reflecting . . . . I want to live my season of noise and be fully awake to it.
Creating meaning from scattered moments, half hours, and hours takes strength and purpose and vision. It’s too, too easy to just languish in the not enough time to do.
if you’re like me, you really don’t have time to do it perfectly. Sometimes not even decently.